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Fair Work Commission Minimum Wage review

A reminder about the upcoming Fair Work Commission Minimum Wage review which occurs at the end of each financial year.  Here the national minimum and modern award minimum wages are reviewed in relation to cost of living in Australia.

New minimum award rates come into operation from 1 July each financial year. The new hourly rates for Temporary Employees cannot be confirmed until the increase is Gazetted which often occurs only just before or on the effective date of 1 July. This year 1 July falls on a Wednesday and any increase is required to be reflected in the first pay period. This means that the hourly charge rate will increase proportionate to any pay increase for all hours worked by Temporaries from 29th June (week ending 5th July).

As soon as the new rate increases have been gazetted for our temporary employees, you will be informed of the impact on the hourly charge rate for your Temporaries. This will occur in the week beginning 7th July.

Source: http://www.futurepeople.com.au/fair-work-commission-minimum-wage-review/

Publish Date: May 29, 2015 5:00 AM


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